(1) Unit VI Case Study
This article review assignment requires that students go to the CSU Online Library, ProQuest Criminal Justice database, and read the article, “Tracking the CybercrimeTrail,” by Bryan Sartin, and answer the following questions:
What problem was identified? What steps were taken to solve the problem?
Various stages of the investigation were focused on different goals. Briefly list and describe what these were as the investigation progressed and what strategies were employed.
Identifying and catching the criminal was not the only purpose for this investigation—what else needed to be done, and how was it to be accomplished? BCJ 2501, Criminology 3
What type(s) of cybercrime was/were involved in this article? Does the identified offender fit the characteristics for this type of cybercrime?
NOTE: In order to access the article, type “CybercrimeTrail” as one word, if searching by article name. Your assignment should be a minimum of three pages long, and you should use APA formatting. And references used should be properly cited.
(2) Question 1 and Question 2
(1)Define larceny and embezzlement. Are both of these crimes considered theft? Why or why not? What are the differences between larceny and embezzlement? Why are the differences important?
Your essay response must be a minimum of 200 words, not counting references listed at the end or repeating of the question, and cited per APA guidelines. You are required to use your textbook and may use any outside (library) resources to support your response. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.
(2) What is computer crime? What are examples of this type of crime? Provide a short description of one of the early cases of computer crime. Explain at least two federal statutes which are relevant to crimes committed with or against computer equipment. Describe the four elements of computer tampering.
Your essay response must be a minimum of 500 words, not counting references listed at the end or repeating of the question, and cited per APA guidelines. You are required to use your textbook and may use any outside (library) resources to support your response. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.
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